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Shades of Orange with Many Greens; Visions of Paul Cezanne

Walter E. Thompson

ISBN 10: 1936782804 / ISBN 13: 9781936782802
Published by Langdon Street Press, 2012
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Title: Shades of Orange with Many Greens; Visions ...

Publisher: Langdon Street Press

Publication Date: 2012

Book Condition:Good

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Paul Cezanne lived most of his life either in self-imposed obscurity or scorned notoriety. Even in his circle there were detractors and doubters. Shades of Orange with Many Greens: Visions of Paul Cezanne concerns the years before the artist was vindicated. Painter and art historian Walter E. Thompson brings together the work and personality of Cezanne in an engaging manner, permitting the reader to experience this iconic giant in stimulating ways. Thompson creates an emotionally charged setting in which Cezanne faces his inner demons and real life antagonists. In an amalgam of invented persons and places mixed with those from historical record, Cezanne relives some of the most stressful and decisive moments in his life. Be with him as he studies the visual complexities of the objects he paints.

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Walter E. Thompson was born in San Francisco, California. He graduated from San Francisco State College with a B.A., and later from the University of Michigan with a Ph.D. in art history. He taught art and art history in several liberal arts institutions in Illinois and South Carolina. He has been a practicing painter throughout his adult life. Since 1983 he has lived in New York. Most recently he and his wife reside in a small, rural community in Columbia County, north of New York City.

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